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Presentation from PHPConf 2009
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October, 8 I did master-class about catching error in SQL application at PHPConf 2009. Who speaks Russian can get slides here: pdf and odp.

There were several things which were interesting for me during my talk.

First is interaction with audience of different educational (or better to say MySQL practice) level. I should make a note for feature how to solve moments when 1/3 of audience listens carefully and is just right for the talk, another 1/3 knows things I am talking at the moment already and last 1/3 needs explanations of basic things such as what is difference between table-level and row-level locks. Probably I should create list of



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MySQL University: The Spider Storage Engine
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This Thursday (October 15th, 13:00 UTC), Giuseppe Maxia will present the Spider Storage Engine. Here's from the abstract: Everybody needs sharding. Which is not easy to maintain. Being tied to the application layer, sharding is hard to export and to interact with. The Spider storage engine, a plugin for MySQL 5.1 and later, solves the problem in a transparent way. It is an extension of partitioning. Using this engine, the user can deal transparently with multiple backends in the server layer. This means that the data is accessible from any application without code changes. This

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MySQL University: The Spider Storage Engine
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This Thursday (October 15th, 13:00 UTC), Giuseppe Maxia will present the Spider Storage Engine. Here's from the abstract: Everybody needs sharding. Which is not easy to maintain. Being tied to the application layer, sharding is hard to export and to interact with. The Spider storage engine, a plugin for MySQL 5.1 and later, solves the problem in a transparent way. It is an extension of partitioning. Using this engine, the user can deal transparently with multiple backends in the server layer. This means that the data is accessible from any application without code changes. This

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MySQL University: The Spider Storage Engine
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This Thursday (October 15th, 13:00 UTC), Giuseppe Maxia will present the Spider Storage Engine. Here's from the abstract: Everybody needs sharding. Which is not easy to maintain. Being tied to the application layer, sharding is hard to export and to interact with. The Spider storage engine, a plugin for MySQL 5.1 and later, solves the problem in a transparent way. It is an extension of partitioning. Using this engine, the user can deal transparently with multiple backends in the server layer. This means that the data is accessible from any application without code changes.

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A Single Blog for Everything
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As you saw, I've not blogged for a long time on this site. I managed two different blogs for a while, but now it's the time to condense everything on one of it; and the winner is: It's Just About Communication.

I moved all the old posts, so that it becomes the unique source of informations about myself and my job. You can find a bunch of new articles on the sidebar, pointing to the aforementioned blog.

See you on the new home!

 

A Single Blog for Everything
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As you saw, I've not blogged for a long time on this site. I managed two different blogs for a while, but now it's the time to condense everything on one of it; and the winner is: It's Just About Communication.

I moved all the old posts, so that it becomes the unique source of informations about myself and my job. You can find a bunch of new articles on the sidebar, pointing to the aforementioned blog.

See you on the new home!

 

A Single Blog for Everything
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As you saw, I've not blogged for a long time on this site. I managed two different blogs for a while, but now it's the time to condense everything on one of it; and the winner is: It's Just About Communication.

I moved all the old posts, so that it becomes the unique source of informations about myself and my job. You can find a bunch of new articles on the sidebar, pointing to the aforementioned blog.

See you on the new home!

 

Open Source load testing tool
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See http://perfwork.wordpress.com/2009/09/29/oss-load-testing-tool/
Setting up LVM on Suse Linux
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You can do all sorts of magic with LVM, like backing up MySQL using file system snapshots, but in order to do so you need to set it first. When installing a new computer with Suse Linux I found that this was harder than expected, unless you know what to do. Needless to say, I didn't, but some friends gave me a hand on IRC, and now I do. :-)

So I wrote a little article about this which you can find here, in an effort to save others some time. The article is about setting up LVM with Suse Yast, but you can probably use it for other flavors of Linux, too.

Setting up LVM on Suse Linux
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You can do all sorts of magic with LVM, like backing up MySQL using file system snapshots, but in order to do so you need to set it first. When installing a new computer with Suse Linux I found that this was harder than expected, unless you know what to do. Needless to say, I didn't, but some friends gave me a hand on IRC, and now I do. :-)

So I wrote a little article about this which you can find here, in an effort to save others some time. The article is about setting up LVM with Suse Yast, but you can probably use it for other flavors of Linux, too.

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